Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department
The labs are:
- Advance Communications Lab.
- Communications Lab.
- Advance Simulation Lab.
- Microprocessor Lab.
- Measurements and Instrumentation Lab.
- Basic Electrical Engineering Lab.
- Control System Lab.
- Digital Electronics Lab.
- Power Electronics Lab.
- DSP Lab.
- Electrical Machines Lab
- Electric Drives Lab
- Power System Lab
- PCB Lab.
- Microwave Lab.
- Basic Electronics Lab
- Network Systems Lab.
The department has faculty members like Dr. Yashvir Singh, Dean Academic and Dr. Anil Kumar Gautam, officer in charge of time table, communication and security.
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